Langenbach, Benedikt Peter

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2020

Langenbach, Benedikt P.; Savic, Branislav; Baumgartner, Thomas; Knoch, Daria (2020). Repeated anodal HD-tDCS stimulation might render silver chloride electrodes unreliable. Brain stimulation, 13(3), pp. 525-526. Elsevier 10.1016/j.brs.2019.12.027

2019

Langenbach, Benedikt Peter (5 October 2019). Mentalising with the future? Electrical stimulation of the right TPJ increases sustainable decision-making (Unpublished). In: Annual meeting of the Society for Neuroeconomics. Dublin, Ireland. 05.10.2019.

Langenbach, Benedikt P.; Baumgartner, Thomas; Cazzoli, Dario; Müri, René M.; Knoch, Daria (2019). Inhibition of the right dlPFC by theta burst stimulation does not alter sustainable decision-making. Scientific reports, 9(1), p. 13852. Springer Nature 10.1038/s41598-019-50322-w

Langenbach, Benedikt Peter (10 September 2019). Mentalising with the future? Electrical stimulation of the right TPJ increases sustainable decision-making (Unpublished). In: 16th SPS SGP SSP Conference. Bern. 09.-11.09.2019.

Langenbach, Benedikt Peter (9 July 2019). It's not easy being green. Cognitive and neural underpinnings of sustainable decision-making. (Unpublished). In: International Research Training Group 2150 on the Neuroscience of Modulating Aggression and Impulsivity in Psychopathology. Aachen, Germany. 09.07.2019.

Langenbach, Benedikt Peter (2 July 2019). It's not easy being green: The social neuroscience of sustainability (Unpublished). In: Conference of the European Society for Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. Budapest, Hungary. 02.07.2019.

Langenbach, Benedikt Peter (14 June 2019). Mentalising with the future? Electrical stimulation of the right TPJ increases sustainable decision-making (Unpublished). In: Annual meeting of the Clinical Neuroscience Bern cluster. Bern. 14.06.2019.

Baumgartner, Thomas; Langenbach, Benedikt P.; Gianotti, Lorena R.R.; Müri, René M.; Knoch, Daria (2019). Frequency of everyday pro-environmental behaviour is explained by baseline activation in lateral prefrontal cortex. Scientific Reports, 9(9), pp. 1-7. Nature Publishing Group 10.1038/s41598-018-36956-2

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